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Springfield Warehouse is Lone Va. Location Considered for FBI HQ

July 30, 2014 7:19 PM0 comments

The federally owned Springfield Warehouse in Fairfax County is the only Virginia location still in consideration for the relocation of the FBI headquarters. The two additional sites are in Greenbelt and Landover, Maryland. The FBI will consolidate its 11,000 personal which are currently housed in 20 locations around the region […]

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Open Kitchen Hires New Chef Instructor

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Open Kitchen has hired Kaimana Chee as its newest chef instructor. Chef Kaimana was born and raised on the north shore of O’ahu in the small towns of La’ie and Hau’ula. His diverse cultural background has significantly influenced his culinary style as he adds contemporary American flavors and flair to […]

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Fairfax Inks Deal for Phase II Metro Station

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Fairfax County inked a real estate deal Tuesday that allows it to move forward on building an approximately 2,100-space garage for the Innovation Center Metro Station. This garage is one of two that the county will build as part of the Silver Line’s second phase. Fairfax committed to constructing them […]

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Jody’s Jam of the Week: Ed Kowalczyk & the Throwing Copper 20th Anniversary Tour

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Ed Kowalczyk, former lead singer of 90’s rock band Live, is bringing his Throwing Copper Anniversary Tour to the U.S. for the very first time this Friday.

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NFL Behaving Badly

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Let’s talk for a moment about the National Football’s League’s grossly irresponsible message to America’s children. Baltimore Ravens star running back, Ray Rice, was suspended for a mere two games for knocking his then fiancé out cold on an elevator during a disagreement. The penalty for taking steroids is four […]

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Delegate Simon’s Richmond Report

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If the unusually pleasant temperature and absence of high humidity had you wondering if we’ve really entered the dog days of summer here in Northern Virginia, one tell-tale sign that it really is summertime in Falls Church is the number of road construction projects underway, both large and small. From […]

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Congress Moran’s News Commentary: The Silver Line

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Robert E. Simon purchased nearly 7,000 acres of Northern Virginia land in 1964 with a radical vision in mind. Leaving behind all preconceived notions of how urban planning should work, he aimed to create a picturesque community with a healthy mix of high-rises, single family homes, commercial zones, and green-space. […]

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Crime Report: Report of Burglary Draws Large Police Response on Parker Avenue

July 29, 2014 2:14 PM0 comments

A heavy police presence in the 300 block of Parker Avenue last Wednesday was due to a search for a burglar who reportedly stole a television set from a residence, City of Falls Church Director of Communications Susan Finarelli told the News-Press. The News-Press received multiple reports from City residents […]

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Metro’s Silver Line Through Tysons Opens New Access to Falls Church

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The much-touted Metro Silver Line, extending public transit service from Falls Church to Reston, enjoyed a grand opening with tons of dignitaries and a few small souvenirs on Saturday, and was flawless in its run through its first business commuter day yesterday.

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Gypsy Soul Opens Tomorrow in Mosaic

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Gypsy Soul, the long-awaited restaurant from James Beard award-winning Chef RJ Cooper, will finally open its doors tomorrow in the Mosaic District in Merrifield. In an email sent out by Mosaic Tuesday, Gypsy Soul is described as having a “neighborhood feel laced with Southern rock, countryside, big city, and great music.” […]

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